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Supporting faculty research and special programs in the humanities at the University of New Hampshire.

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Mellon Grant

Mellon Grant

UNH part of consortium awarded Mellon Grant to expand the Faculty of Color Working Group...

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Professor Meghan Howey with students

Privilege of Breaking into Earth Honored

Privilege of Breaking into Earth Honored

Meghan Howey named Andrew Carnegie Fellow...

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Kabria Baumgartner, assistant professor of American studies

Historical Support

Historical Support

Kabria Baumgartner receives fellowships for book project on first African American trial lawyer in...

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Deadlines

  • The deadline to submit proposals for New England Humanities Consortium seed funding to the Center for the Humanities is September 15, 2021.
  • The deadline for 2021-2022 Faculty Fellowship applications had passed.  Please check back over the summer for fall deadlines.  See Guidelines 
  • The deadline for "express" and regular Programs, Projects, and Interdisciplinary Conferences awards has passed.  Please check back over the summer for fall deadlines. See Guidelines 
  • The deadline for proposals for the 2021-2022 Saul O Sidore Memorial Series has passed.  Please check back over the summer for fall deadlines. Learn More 
  • The Hayes Chair is filled through 2021.  Expressions of Interest for the term starting Fall 2022 have been solicited.  see guidelines
  • To apply for a Discretionary Grant of up to $500, write or email the center's director, Stephen Trzaskoma, at any time, providing a succinct description of the project, including a budget. Learn More
  • The internal UNH deadline for NEH summer stipend applications has passed.  Please check back next summer.  Learn More
  • Public Humanities Work Supported by the Center for the Humanities
    UNH FACULTY PROJECTS: Remembering MOsul   Ethel Sara Wolper, Associate Professor of History at UNH
    Public Humanities Work Supported by the Center for the Humanities
    UNH FACULTY PROJECTS: Remembering MOsul   Ethel Sara Wolper, Associate Professor of History at UNH